Autumn Bucket List for a 3 year oldI am enjoying this bucket list idea, not only does it give me time to think and plan what I am going to do with Monkey on my precious days off. But it also appears to ensure more of it gets done! I have been successfully ticking off the Summer Bucket List I wrote a few months ago. So I thought it would be good to do something similar for Autumn especially as it feels as though the Summer weather has left us already this year.

  1. Visit Slindon Pumpkin Festival
  2. Carve a pumpkin
  3. Watch fireworks
  4. Build a bonfire
  5. Have a Halloween party & wear fancy dress
  6. Play in leaves
  7. Make some leaf art
  8. Go on a nature scavenger hunt
  9. Play with Autumn scented play dough
  10. Sort leaves by colour
  11. Go apple picking
  12. Make cameralised apples
  13. Go for a hay ride
  14. Visit a maize maze and get lost
  15. Do some star gazing
  16. Make our own jam jar lanterns
  17. Try out Geocaching at our local National Trust property
  18. Try out sparklers for the first time
  19. Visit the theatre
  20. Collect horse chestnuts and have a conker fight
  21. Take some pictures of Monkey in a Pumpkin Patch

I would love to hear whats on your bucket list this Autumn – enjoy

Mudpie xx

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  5. Love your bucket list, everything sounds perfect, cannot wait to start seeing you cross them off thanks for linking this week #toddlerapprovedtuesday x

  6. What a brilliant list – you’ve given me loads of ideas now! I was feeling all depressed that summer is over, but actually there’s lots to look forward to in autumn. I didn’t even realise pumpkin festivals were a thing! Sabrina xx #toddlerapprovedtuesday

  7. such a great list. I love autumn and excited to do some of these things – especially all things pumpkin related! #toddlerapprovedtuesday

  8. Not at all – let me know if you come up with anymore 🙂 always on the look out to add to ours! Xx

  9. The pumpkin man was a bit perplexed when I explained I wanted one big enough to put my baby in! Thank you for stopping by x

  10. Keeps us focused and avoids me getting to the end of the week and thinking what are we doing ok Friday… Thanks for stopping by x

  11. i LOVE this!! We won’t be here for halloween 🙁 I may try some of these out though – like the sorting leaves (though Arjun wouldn’t have a clue what I’m on about!). Thanks for linking up to #BabyBrainMonday … see you next week! x

  12. I hadn’t even considered one until I read this, and I hope you don’t mind but I will be stealing half of your ideas. Thanks for sharing. #twinklytuesdays

  13. We cannot wait for pumpkin carving again and of course fireworks! #TwinklyTuesday

  14. Suz (Beau is Blue) (@beauisblue)

    aww what a great read and a fantastic list! Such a beautiful photograph too! Suz x beauisblue.com

  15. I love this bucket list. What a cool idea. I hadn’t even thought about what I would do but you’ve given me some great ideas x #babybrainmonday

  16. Cheryl @ Reimer and Ruby

    Wow that’s a great list! Have not really thought of making an autumn bucket list, although this is a good idea… #BabyBrainMonday

  17. Aw thanks will pop over and check out your summer list 🙂 always on the look out for new ideas. Xx

  18. Fabulous! My 5yo had a summer bucket list which really kept us active and busy, Will be watching to see how you get on! x

  19. Some brilliant ideas here. Lots I’ll be trying out with my two. Just a shame we’re talking Autumn ? when it’s still August! Crazy weather.

  20. memybooksandi

    Great list! There are so many exciting activities for children in autumn, I love it 🙂

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